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Man Avoids Moving Traffic Violation After Carrying Hazardous Material Through Columbus

In the state of Ohio, commercial drivers transporting hazardous materials must drive around Columbus rather than directly through the city. A man from Missouri was charged with a two point moving traffic control device violation and an environmental charge when he failed to obey this law. Facing these serious charges, the man was concerned about how this would affect his driving career.

Luftman, Heck & Associates attorney Chase Mallory listened to his concerns and knew a moving traffic violation would severely hurt his career. With this in mind, he was able to successfully convince the prosecutor to dismiss the traffic violation against his client. Our client pled guilty to the environmental charge to ensure there would be no negative impact on his CDL. The man paid a total of $250 and did not see any negative consequences on his license.

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